This charming property, a jewel of 17th century architecture, is in Vorno, one of the most beautiful and valued area of Lucca. Not far from the Church of Vorno, surrounded by the greenery and protected by a luxuriant vegetation, the villa measures 740 sq. m. and it was built in the centre of a large plot of land of about 4 ha, featuring the typical traits of the villas in Lucca: the raised main floor, the main entrance with double external staircase, the large porch, the arrangement of the rooms around the central lounge. The north garden is surrounded by a wall and features one of the best preserved nymphaeum of Lucca. The south garden features a large central fountain. The main floor opens, on one side, to the living area featuring an office room, a dining room, a kitchen and a studio room; the other side consists of a double bedroom with anteroom, two single bedrooms, two bathrooms and a walk-in closet. The second floor has been partially restored and comes with a master bedroom with bathroom, a wardrobe room and a studio room, while some of the attic rooms are in need of restoration. The basement of the villa presents some service rooms (a bedroom, a bathroom and a utility room), the antique kitchen and some rooms used as cellars. A 200 sq. m. farmhouse in need of restoration is next to the villa, in addition to two outbuildings, used as storage, measuring a total of about 120 sq. m.